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PhDs in arts/humanities/social sciences

 
#1 PhDs in arts/humanities/social sciences
09/08/2008 00:47

Phil

Hi

I recently attended a talk by a major consulting firm, the main thrust of which was that PhD graduates even from the arts/humanities were sought after on the basis of their skill set (project management etc.).

I'm just wondering if anyone has had any experience with, or can offer some advice on, this kind of entry to consulting?

Thanks

Phil

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#2 RE: PhDs in arts/humanities/social sciences
09/08/2008 09:36

MBB to Phil (#1)

PhDs from any discipline are becoming more common in firms like BCG and MCK where (in the UK) they enter at a level between grad and MBA.

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